Monday, March 25, 203

Special thanks to George Bass, Valerie Gussing, Susan Katzev, Della Scott-Ireton, Jill and Peter Worsley, and Dave Meadows’ Explorator team for sending in news items.

1. In Memoriam- Rachel Horlings:

2. Return to Antikythera: what divers discovered in the deep:

3. Antikythera wreck’s final museum run:

4. New protection planned for historic Scottish shipwrecks:

5. “Murmansk” demolition in final phase:

6. Apollo 11 engines recovered from ocean:

7. Maritime trade thrived in Egypt, even before Alexandria:

8. Remembering the last great worldwide Sailing expedition:

9. Stone ships show signs of maritime network in Baltic Sea region 3,000 years ago:

10. Rough seas uncover shipwreck in York [Maine]:

11. Rough seas dislodge Duck ship wreckage [North Carolina]:

12. Maritime trade thrived in Egypt, even before Alexandria:

13. Kon-Tiki sails again:

14. The lure of sunken riches: Fortunes ahoy [commercial salvage]:


Wendy van Duivenvoorde, PhD
Lecturer in Maritime Archaeology
Deputy Director, Australian Consortium of Humanities Research Centres (ACHRC) Department of Archaeology | Flinders University